USTA Mid Atlantic Section Tri Championships - 12/26-12/30

The Aspen Hill Club is proud to announce that we will be hosting the USTA Mid Atlantic Section Tri Championships during the winter holiday break. Some of the top upcoming juniors in the Mid-Atlantic section will be competing here at our club. Age groups will range from 10 to 16 years old. Good luck to all Aspen Hill Club players who will be competing! 

Members, please note that indoor hard courts will be limited during the tournament.

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Aspen Hill Club Junior Tennis is a registered 10 and Under Tennis Facility

Kids Playing Tennis

Pathway to Tennis Excellence

Aspen Hill Club offers year round tennis programs for juniors ages 3-18 utilizing USTA 10 and under and Quick Start teaching methods.

Program dates are as follows:

Winter/Spring – 18-21 week program from early-February to mid-June

Summer Camp - mid-June thru end of August

Fall – 18-21 week program from early-September to late-January


Junior Tennis Development Pathway

A systematic and progressive approach to tennis excellence. Structured around effective growth and development principles, players move at their own pace based on their ability, improvement and commitment. The programs utilize low-compression balls (Foam, Red, Orange, Green), right-sized racquets and appropriate size courts depending on the player’s age. Every level of the program has a simple set of objectives, and our pros make your child achieving each goal their priority. As a parent, you can trust that we will apprise you of your child’s progress as they advance.

Junior Competitive Programs

Junior Competitive Programs are designed for the more serious player. The programs stress mental discipline, conditioning, racquet skills and situational training. Students become the best by learning from the best and competing against one another. Admittance into the program is based on playing performance and past tournament results or ranking.


Fall 2017 and Winter 2018 Junior Tennis Programs

Aspen Hill Club's Junior Tennis Program provides your child with an opportunity to learn and play the game of tennis. The skills acquired in tennis will help your child to excel in other sports as well. We feel the most important benefit is that your child is learning a sport they will be able to play the rest of their lives. Our goal is to inspire your child to develop their game as far as they want it to go.

Young Stars: Exercises and games present tennis fundamentals with Quick Start. Basic catching, hitting and throwing skills are highlighted. 

Junior Development: Designed for beginner level players with a focus on fundamentals and technique development. 

All Stars: A program designed for Intermediate level players on a competitive track to play tournament tennis.

Junior Advanced: Designed for Middle School and High School level players on either a recreational track or competitive track towards tournament play.

Academy: A program designed for Advanced Tournament level players. 

World Class: A program designed for Elite players competing at a high level and in tournaments. 

Important Program Information

Refer A Friend: Refer a friend that registers for a program and receive a free 30 minute lesson from the Tennis Director.

Registrations: Players who attend classes without fi lling out a registration form will be charged the drop in rate. On the date that the registration form is submitted, the remainder of the session will be prorated. Registrations will be split into three payments unless otherwise noted.

Missed Classes, Make-Ups and Inclement Weather: Missed classes must be made up during the current semester. Email Terrance Scott at to confirm make-ups. No refunds will be given for missed classes. If schools are closed or dismissed early due to inclement weather, class may still be held. Call the Front Desk by 1:00pm for information regarding your class. 

Cancellations and Withdrawals: Must be recieved in writing and are subject to a $100 service charge. If a student cancels/ withdraws due to injury or illness after the program begins, all payments will be pro-rated appropriately. Physicians notice must be provided in order for a prorated refund.

Behavior: Any student who behaves in a disruptive manner or in a manner that limits the other students enjoyment or learning will be subject to expulsion without refund.

Delinquent Payments: All delinquent payments will be sent to an outside collections agency. All reasonable collection fees, returns, and NSF fees are your responsibility. All NSF items are processed under Maryland Commercial Law Code Ann 3.512.

End of Semester Audit: The Tennis Departmetn will conduct an audit at the end of each semester to determine if addtional payment is due. Letters of explanation will be sent if there is a balance due.